Windy sands is a cosy nineteenth century cottage that sits in the southern end of the small, pleasant village of Malltraeth.
From the front there are uninterrupted views of the mountains of Snowdonia, whilst at the back of the cottage there are spectacular views across the estuary to the woodlands of Newborough and the mountain ranges of the Llyn Peninsula.
Malltraeth estuary is famous for its bird life, immortalised in the drawings of renowned wildlife artist, Charles Tunnicliffe who made Malltraeth his home.
Malltraeth's RSPB reserve is home to a range of breeding wetland birds and is a vital feeding area for migrating and wintering waders and wildfowl.
Snipe, lapwings, bitterns, redshank, curlews, tufted ducks and many more can be spotted here.
At high tide the sea is just a stones throw away and easily accessible through the back garden, which makes this location perfect for keen bird watchers.
This is a walkers paradise with walks in every direction, most of which are off road.
The Anglesey coastal walk passes the front door, the closest coastal path highlight is the beautiful Llanddwyn Island, voted one of the best beaches in Britain, which makes for a lovely walk through Newborough forest to the coastline.
This tranquil forest abounds with wildlife, including red squirrels, ravens and rooks - the view of the Llyn Peninsula from the coast here is spectacular.
With homely accommodation for up to four guests, this is an ideal base for couples or families wishing to discover all that this delightful island has to offer.
We welcome dog owners as this is a beautiful place to explore with plenty for the doggos to enjoy too.
Anglesey is an island with many attractions, beautiful beaches, historic sites and old churches.
With its awe-inspiring coastline and beaches, picturesque countryside, water sports, heritage and many, many activities there is a little something for everyone.